10 August 2001 SEATTLE. Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic met with top officials at Microsoft on 7 August. After the meeting, Djindjic said that Microsoft had decided to open an office in Belgrade despite a relatively small volume of business in Serbia. “Microsoft will make a donation of some $10 million for the education system […]

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